A recent study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology by a team of researchers at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY, USA examined the link between leading a sedentary lifestyle and the risk of developing kidney or bladder cancer. The study shows that a chronic lack of physical activity can drastically increase the chance of developing cancer in the bladder and/or kidneys, and it suggests that engaging in more physical activity may reduce this risk. Specifically, people who were physically inactive were 77% more likely to develop kidney cancer and 73% more likely to develop cancer of the bladder.

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